Did you know there’s an asset class called “student accommodation”??
LONDON, July 26 (Reuters) – Europe is beginning to grab the
attention of investors who think its financial markets have most
to gain from a turnaround in economic momentum which favours the
developed rather than the emerging world.
Surprise improvements in leading indicators are prompting a
rethink on Europe, which has long been dismissed as a laggard
within the advanced markets, where the United States and Japan
have led the outperformance over emerging markets.
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LONDON, July 19 (Reuters) – Investors have welcomed a recent
rise in bond yields in advanced economies as a sign of recovery
that should boost stocks, but if yields go much higher too
quickly, equities could start to look unattractive.
The scale, as well as the speed of the yield rise is key.
Too rapid an increase in yields would threaten a repeat of the
market crash seen in 1994, when stocks suffered a 10 percent
sell-off as bond yields rallied.